Distributed video allows a single video source, like a satellite receiver or Blu-ray player, to be shared between multiple TVs that are connected to a video switch. This can provide some pretty amazing advantages. The biggest of which is minimizing the amount of sources you would need for every TV in your house. For example, if you have six TVs in your home and would like to watch satellite on all six of them, you will need to have six different satellite receivers, each one requiring a separate monthly fee. Distributed video let’s you use just two or three satellite receivers for all of the TVs in your house, saving you on that monthly equipment cost.
Distributed video let’s you hide all of that equipment in the storage closet on the other side of the house or in the basement. The best method to distribute video throughout your house is with an HDMI switch that has HDBaseT technology built-in. The HDMI switch itself is where all of the components get plugged in. So in one cabinet or storage closet you can keep all of your cable or satellite boxes, Blu-ray players, media players, receivers, gaming consoles and anything else you like to watch on your TV. Those all hook directly into the HDMI switch through HDMI cables.
By running the HD video signal through the CAT5/6 cable, you are able to send network and control functionality (Infrared) right through the same cable. It’s an amazing technology that allows video distribution in many situations where it previously wasn’t an option.
Share video sources such as satellite receivers and Blu-Ray players with multiple TV in HD.
Clean and neat TV area with just one cable to plug in.
HDBaseT Technology allow HD video signal to be distributed distances across the house including other signal such as
infrared and Ethernet over single UTP cable.
Support integration with CCTV System as an HDMI source to distribute across the house.